The Public Trust Doctrine and Implied Dedicationsby Robert G. Boehm,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Sand Rights '99: Bringing Back the Beaches
Abstract: An overview is given on the public trust doctrine and public rights obtained by the implied dedication of property to a public use. Historical development of public trust doctrine in the U.S., particularly, in California is outlined. For demonstration purposes, the case of Gion v. The City of Santa Cruz 2 Cal.3d 29 is taken as an example.
Subject Headings: Public policy | Highways and roads | Streets | Navigation (geomatic) | Legislation | Case studies | North America | California | United States
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